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  • Depression forces 20-year-old goalkeeper to quit football
  • The prospect of a young English goalkeeper
    Craig King has been thwarted by the silent killer
    called depression.
    The 20-year-old before the announcement plied
    his trade with English football league two side
    Luton Town and had managed just four senior
    games for the Hatters after coming through the
    club’s ranks.
    He thanked the whole club for support, singling
    out physio Simon Parsell and club doctor Paul
    Deeley, and hopes to play football at a lower
    level.
    Luton said they “fully respect and understand
    his decision” and said they would continue to
    offer support.
    The club statement continued: “All at the club
    would like to wish Craig every success in both
    his football career and life away from the
    professional game, and look forward to seeing
    him back at Kenilworth Road where he’ll always
    be a welcome guest.”
    King’s statement in full
    “After a memorable nine seasons I have decided
    to leave Luton Town.
    “This has been the hardest decision I have ever
    had to make, but after many sleepless nights I
    have come to this conclusion.
    “For the last couple of years I have been
    suffering from quite severe depression.
    “The season just gone has been particularly
    hard for me and now I feel it’s time for me to
    concentrate on being happy once again.
    “Growing up and slowly starting to despise the
    game I loved and adored as a boy is
    heartbreaking, and something I want and need
    to change.
    “The only way I see this becoming a possibility
    is taking myself away from the professional
    game and starting to enjoy football at a lower
    level.
    “The club have been aware of my situation and
    have been amazing at trying everything in their
    power to try to resolve the issue.
    “Club physio Simon Parsell and club doctor Paul
    Deeley have been unreal support for me and
    helped me through the season. Now I am at the
    stage where I know I can’t improve my current
    mental state whilst being at the club.
    “I would like to thank every single member of
    Luton Town for everything they have done for
    me over the years.
    “The fans who when I’ve played have supported
    me, and every single person who associates
    themselves with the football club.
    “Although my career as a player at the club has
    come to an end, I will always love and support
    the Hatters and will be forever grateful for the
    opportunity and memories they have given me
    over the past nine years.
    “I’m excited to see the boys win promotion next
    season and continue the climb up the leagues!”
    BBC

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